HOW ARE YOU USING YOUR MADARAKA(FREEDOM)?
If you are wondering what Madaraka day is, it’s the dayKenyans celebrate the attainment of self-governance. The name ‘Madaraka’ is loosely translated to Freedom. So Kenyans celebrate attaining freedom fromBritish Colonial Rule since 1920. This milestone came after years of freedom fighters rebelling the colonial rule. A large number of factors were in play leading tothe British relinquishing power to the natives of Kenya. One thing remains true and sure: Kenyans did everything and anything they could, to finally be free.
Libby Ndambo June 1st, 2021
“SIFA FM, A LIGHT IN THE IMMENSE DARKNESS."
During a news assignment in Saku Constituency, Marsabit town, SIFA FM reporters bumped into an excited Mr. Basilga Wambogo alias W.K, a fruit vendor. He could not hide his great love for SIFA FM Marsabit. “Firstly, I would like to congratulate SIFA FM Radio. The station is carrying out its responsibilities very well in this County. It has brought light in our life, in the midst immense darkness.” Mr. Basilga testified.
Geoffrey Otieno May 27th, 2021
The dawn children of TWR Kenya’s FM in the Northern frontier
“Good Morning and welcome to Rauka na Hekima morning devotion.” This may sound just like a normal ordinary radio presenter greetings but not so for majority of our listeners in the Northern part of Kenya, as we found out during our listeners’ engagement. That prompted us to want to find more about these children who wake up very early just to listen to the morning devotions. To them the greeting is an indication that the morning devotions are about to start.
Geoffrey Otieno May 18th, 2021
NENO LISTENERS TUNE IN TO TTB SWAHILI (NENO) THROUGH ATOO FM IN KAKUMA
Huddled in a tin shack small room, sits Axcel Niyubahwe a refugee from Burundi. Axcel, or Baba Tiyena as he is fondly known at the Kakuma refugee camp, is with a about 10 adults and a few children in the small room. There is pin drop silence as they listen to the small radio in the corner of the dark room, it blasts the voice of Pastor Geoffrey Wanjala Munialo.
Geoffrey Otieno December 1st, 2020
WORLD AIDS DAY 2020: Your Radio Program has helped my husband to accept his HIV status.
It was during my second pregnancy that I detected that I was HIV positive during one of the clinic visit. The doctors and the nurses broke the news to me in a very professional manner and although I was confused and worried of my future and that of the baby, I still had some assurance inside me that all will be well. I think this is because I had heard many teachings about HIV and pregnancy through your Radio Program Ngima En Mwandu that airs every Wednesday on Radio Nam Lolwe.
Geoffrey Otieno December 1st, 2020
ATOO SIFA: GODS FAVOUR AMIDST A PANDEMIC
A few kilometers from the Kakuma refugee camp, in two containers transformed into a building, sits Atoo FM offices. Opening the door to one of this three-room container building reveals an unexpected sight for this part of Kenya: a recording studio splashed in the station’s colors of blue and red, with microphones, sound mixing equipment and computers.
Geoffrey Otieno November 30th, 2020
Excitement galore as Neno Litaendelea program makes a home comeback on Radio KBC
Do you remember listening to this sign off on the National Swahili broadcaster (Radio KBC) “Ni mimi Mchungaji wako Geoffrey Wanjala Munialo Na Neno Litaendelea.”? Well you don’t have to answer if you already know which of Trans World Radio Kenya programs am reffering to.
Geoffrey Otieno November 1st, 2020
Testimony: I was their house servant & they were not Christians but God used me.
This is how God used me, they had a young girl who grew fond of me and would always find me praying during my prayer time. Sometimes when she............
Geoffrey Otieno September 15th, 2020
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TWR KENYA’S SIFA FM JOURNALIST BAGS TOP WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING & CONSERVATION REPORTING GRANT
Congratulations! You have been awarded a reporting grant of ........to pursue the story on Curbing Human Wildlife Conflict Through Planting of Trees....
Geoffrey Otieno August 18th, 2020